Pneumatic Capsule Pipelines
Pneutrans

Pneutrans Systems Limited - Quotation Details

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Introduction to the Questionnaire

Think of a Pneumatic Capsular Pipeline transportation system as a cross between a pipeline and a railway. Material can be picked up at one or several points and likewise can be deposited at one or several points. Two-way traffic is not only possible, but also very practical. Various materials can be transported simultaneously in the same and/or opposite directions. These materials can have different bulk densities and granulations. For example, ore is transported from the mine to the mill. Tailings/back-fills are returned.

It is important to note that no distance is too far or too long for our systems.

When you have such applications, make several copies of the questionnaire. Mark them A, B, C, etc.
Draw a simple map similar to the one below and designate:

Pipeline Linemap

Service Required - Carrying Product:

  • A transports to D
  • D transports to A
  • C transports to B

Geography - Pipeline Path:

  • A to X -- Up 50 m
  • B to X -- Down 50 m
  • X to Y -- Down 90 m
  • Y to C -- Up 70 m
  • Y to D -- Down 60 m


Leave the details on how it is done to Pneutrans. We will work out the parameters and send you the information with a detailed printout.


The detailed printout describes:

  1. The system design
  2. Input data that you provided
  3. System technical data
  4. Capital costs
  5. Annual operating costs. Cost per ton/mile and tonne/kilometer
  6. Annual write-off costs. Cost per ton/mile and tonne/kilometer

Submitting the Questionnaire

Download the form and fill in the pertinent information.


The completed questionnaire must be sent by FAX or by EMAIL or by MAIL to the address below:

Pneutrans Systems Ltd.
P.O. Box 163
Aurora, Ontario, Canada L4G 3H3
Telephone: 416-391-3408 | Toll Free: 1-800-461-6180
Fax: 416-391-2424
Email: brink@thornegrouptech.com


NOTE: The questionnaire is in .PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader to open the file.
If you do not have Adobe Reader installed on your system, you can get it here.